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Winston Walls

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Primary Instrument: Organ, Hammond B3

Born: 1943 | Died: February 4, 2008    

Winston Walls - Hammond organ (1943 - 2008)

“There's a lot of cats who can play, but everybody's not special. I'm special-I'm a bad dude.” Having somehow managed a 30 year career behind folks like the Pointer Sisters, Lou Donaldson and Sonny Stitt without a single recording of his own until his “Boss of the B3,” in 1993, Winston Walls was certainly one bad dude when it comes to Hammond players.

He was born in a car in Ironton, Ohio, in 1943, as his family was en route from Lexington, Ky., to their Charleston home. Music was a family affair. His father, Harry “Van” Walls served as house pianist for Atlantic Records during the 1950s and was recognized by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation with a Pioneer Award in 1997....
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Source: Michael Lipton

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Featured recording “Boss Of The B3”

Boss Of The B3
Schoolkids Records (1993)

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